Comments on Galileo's Cough Drop's stuff

#Jamuary 2019
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Guest said

loving these!

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montgomeru said

Nice collection!

#Jamuary 2019
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brandbill said

So nice!

Bluegrass banjo, southern rock drums, goofy synths, vocoded chorus, and DnB rhythms. Technically has a NSFW word in the lyrics, but probably not discernable.
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Willie Nixon said

Interesting take on bluegrass/electronica.

Noodling at the edge of consciousness.
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kirklynch said

Sweet groove. I like!

I've got a woman A cheese and pickle woman Keeps the crudités on the side She is my lady My finger-foodin' baby Likes most hors d'oeuvres that aren't fried When she's not with me I can barely stand it I need her right here by my side…read more
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Gene Eric Mann said

Regarding the lyrics – Bwahaha! Nice music and vocals. Rock on.

Noodling at the edge of consciousness.
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Gene Eric Mann said

This was fun – I’m glad I caught it. I guess I should click to follow you so I don’t miss the next one!

First track I've completed for RPM 2015. All electronic and dancy. Mostly an excuse to use electric piano where it usually is not.
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Wildgeas Music said

Freakin’ wizardry.

First track I've completed for RPM 2015. All electronic and dancy. Mostly an excuse to use electric piano where it usually is not.
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mmi said

Nice development! I wasn’t initially sold but by the end of the track I was bouncing.

This is a pretty simple tune. Its been sitting around for a while because I kept thinking that I was going to add more to it or change it up a bit. That never happened, so here it is. Any suggestions or comments appreciated. :)
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Gene Eric Mann said

Ooohhh, very cool. I dig this compilation and mix-down of sounds. You got a great groove flavoring this one – delicious! You ROCK! Rock on!

A lonely, slow, tune... with a forlorn and sometimes tense distorted guitar (actually my bass). Good music to listen to as you zone out and stare into space.
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Breaking Light said

Nice pace and mood you created here.

So I just figured out that the EXS24 sampler instrument in Logic Pro (the DAW I use) can also import SoundFont2 files, which I happened to have a bunch of from a previous life as a Cakewalk user. All the tracks in this tune were played using old…read more
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lucidlucille said

The Minister has no choice but to give in to your demands after hearing this.

I came up with the initial rhythmic riff on my bass, then looped it to create the basis for this track. Then, I layered another "lead" bass track on top of that, added some percussion, and finally topped it off with an electric piano-ish sound…
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lucidlucille said

Perfect interplay, spacey and swaaaaaag

I suppose this is an "ambient chill" piece. It was mainly an excuse to use a marimba sample and an analog synthy sound from my Roland Juno-106.
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Tipu said

Underwater journey

I came up with the initial rhythmic riff on my bass, then looped it to create the basis for this track. Then, I layered another "lead" bass track on top of that, added some percussion, and finally topped it off with an electric piano-ish sound…
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Tipu said

I love the chill/stoner vibe of this!

I imagine this music playing in a bar sometime in the future, probably in the background while cybernetic bar patrons interface with one another in full view of the world's sensor network.
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Tipu said

Hahaha, guess what? Something very similar happened in a game released last year. The tracks are different, but the atmospheres remain strong.

I came up with the initial rhythmic riff on my bass, then looped it to create the basis for this track. Then, I layered another "lead" bass track on top of that, added some percussion, and finally topped it off with an electric piano-ish sound…
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kirklynch said

I love it when I find something in favorites I haven’t heard in ages and it’s even better than I remember. Super track!

This dark reggae tune has been hanging around in my "works in progress" folder for a while, but I was finally inspired to complete it when I borrowed a guitar from my friend Joe. Thanks, Joe!
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Greg Connor said

Well done!

This was inspired by some recordings of people's dreams on the Olympia Dream Phone site (http://olympiadreamphone.tumblr.com/).
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Guest said

Whoa!! Thanks again for another brilliant track!

This was inspired by some recordings of people's dreams on the Olympia Dream Phone site (http://olympiadreamphone.tumblr.com/).
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Guest said

Clever stuff!
The music is perfect for the subject.
Most fascinating.